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06-06-2012 02:52 AM
I've been looking around and trying to figure this out, but I haven't come across a solution. The problem is to obtain the local IP addresses of all devices connected to the WiFi access point/router that my BlackBerry is connected to. Kind of similar to how in J2SE you can obtain the device IP address using InetAddress.getLocalAddress() and then iterate through ip addresses and call InetAddress.getByAddress(ip) to check whether device is reachable or not. Is something similar possible in BlackBerry or not?
Solved! Go to Solution.
06-06-2012 02:57 AM
06-06-2012 03:03 AM
Let me restate.
I don't want my BB's IP address, I want the IP addresses of all devices connected to the WiFi access point or router that the BB is connected to. For example my laptop, or my friend's PS3, or my other friend's WiFi hard disk, all of which are on the same WiFi access point as my BB.
That should clear up what I want. I apologise if I said something confusing in the OP.
06-06-2012 03:06 AM
06-06-2012 03:09 AM
pfsh, I had an omnious feeling about this.
oh well, back to the drawing board. Thanks for the help though!